Benefits of GABA Tea
GABA tea is a type of tea processed to be rich in gamma-aminobutyric acid, which can benefit those with stress, anxiety, insomnia, hypertension and other conditions. Drinking GABA tea can help promote overall health, and its fans claim the tea helps them achieve a calm state of being and a sense of clarity.
How to brew Loose Leaf Tea
Curious on how to brew loose leaf tea? It couldn't be more simple. These are some aspects to consider when brewing your tea. Mainly three factors affects the flavor and aroma - Water, Tea and Steeping Time.
Hand shaken iced tea originated from Taiwan in the early 1980’s. It was made with freshly brewed black tea, a dash of syrup, shaken in a cocktail shaker with a good amount of ice. From the cocktail shaker pours a glass of deliciously refreshing and creamy iced tea with an almost Guinness-on-tap foam on top.
Gin and Tea: A Case Study
Gin and tea is a two-ingredient cocktail made from gin and tea. Try oolong tea-infused gin! It is delicious neat or on ice, even a tea martini? If you want a refreshing summer cocktail, you could also try tea-infused gin & tonic.
How to store loose leaf tea
Storing loose leaf tea is easy, there are five main elements that impact the freshness of your tea, which are being exposure to oxygen, heat, light, moisture, and odors. In summary, just keep your tea in an airtight container, store it in a cool and dry location, away from the sun and strong odors.
What is Black Tea?
Largely enjoyed as ice-tea, tea bags or tea blends, black tea is made from completely oxidized tea leaves. Known for its bold flavor, it accounts for the majority of the tea sold in western culture and it comes from the plant Camellia Sinensis.
Taiwan Tea Research and Extension Station
TRES is an acronym for Taiwan Research and Extension Station, and is a research and development center for all things tea-related in Taiwan. It’s an institution established to promote and further develop Taiwanese Tea. It is also known as TTES, which means Taiwan Tea Experiment Station.
What is Tea?
To explain what is tea, we need to understand where it comes from. Tea is a beverage prepared by infusing tea leaves (Camellia sinensis) with water. Different styles of tea are distinguished by plant variety, growing condition, and processing methods. Each tea variety has its own flavor, color, and aroma.
GABA Tea is a tea that has a high content of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA). It's known to treat insomnia, high blood pressure, stress, and anxiety. GABA Tea is processed under anaerobic conditions (without oxygen). GABA can be found in a number of foods and GABA Tea is the highest source of GABA.
Caffeine in Tea
How much caffeine is in tea? The amount of tea caffeine in your cup of tea depends on a few main factors: brewing methods, processing styles, terroir, age of tea leaves and finally the cultivars of the tea plant. To understand the levels of tea caffeine, its helpful to understand the basics of how teas are made.
What is Oolong Tea?
Oolong tea is a type of tea that sits somewhere between green tea and black tea in the oxidation level. Oxidation level is what defines green, oolong, and black teas. Oolong tea is a semi-oxidized or partially oxidized tea, therefore it covers a large canvas of flavor variations and complexities.
Health Benefits of Tea in Chinese Medicine
Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) literature states that finding a balance between the body’s needs and the different qualities of food and medicine is key to optimal health. Traditional Chinese Medicine food and beverage choices should be made to balance your body’s specific state and constitution.